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ArtBlack MetalDoomHardcoreMusicPhotography

Text and Photos: Teddie Taylor Louisiana doom sludge. Michigan grindcore. Washington ambient black metal. There’s a bit of everything for everyone. THOU “Play some better songs!” someone joked when Bryan Funck asked why the crowd wasn’t as intense as the one present for Thou’s 500th show two nights before. (It

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Danilo Pasquali
ArtMixed MediaPhotography

Masks hide us from the world; they cover our most telltale sign of humanity – our face. That’s what makes them so creepy – there is nothing for us to read, no twitches of muscle or blinking of eyes to communicate what the other is truly thinking. Masks are static,

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Teddie Taylor
ArtDoomFeaturesLive RitualsMusicNeo FolkPhotographySludge

Text and Photos: Teddie Taylor Across from the Waldorf Astoria-owned Roosevelt Hotel is the relatively hard to find New Orleans School for Esoteric Arts. A space for learning about astrology, tarot, art and all things obscure, it is also a DIY dream where, whether you intend to or not, you

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P. Regnard
ArtCvltureHistoryPhotography

For centuries, “hysteria” was widely used as a medial diagnosis for women who suffered from various psychological trauma. In the early days, it was believed to be connected to the womb, which was out of place or “wandering” from its proper place. Later, hysteria was still tied to sexual function,

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Ereonegativo
ArtAvant GardeDoomFeaturesLive RitualsMusicPhotography

Text: Serena Mazzini // Translation: Lucrezia Peppicelli // Photos: Ereonegativo SUNN O))) FINIS MUNDIS – AN APOCALYPTIC PERFORMANCE IN THE LARGEST MAZE IN THE WORLD Finis Mundi, world’s end. It is difficult to talk about an event that, more than a concert, was an unique and extremely personal experience and coincided with

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ArtBizarreCvltureFeaturedHistoryPhotography

William Mortensen was a photographer who made a name for himself in the 1940’s taking pictures of starlets, but who also had a dark side where he really expressed his creativity. His peers were not happy with his photos that depicted witchcraft and debauchery. The great Ansel Adams thought Mortensen was the “Devil” and “the

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